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2014 Partner Grant Recipients

The Yellowstone to Yukon Conservation Initiative is pleased to announce its 2014 Partner Grant recipients. This year alone, we invested over $60,000 in the following 17 organizations that will help protect and connect the habitat from Yellowstone to Yukon so people and nature can thrive.

Citizens for the Wyoming Range
Wyoming Range Oil and Gas Leasing Opposition Campaign, $3,500

Friends of Scotchman Peaks Wilderness
General Support for FSPW Education and Outreach, $3,000

Glacier-Two Medicine Alliance
Support for Permanent Glacier-Two Medicine Protection Project Coordinator, $4,300

Jackson Hole Conservation Alliance
Wild Neighborhoods, $3,000

Keystone Conservation
Livestock Management for Carnivore Conservation and Habitat, $3,000

Montana State University - Gallatin County Extension
Whitebark Pine Education and Management - Big Sky, Montana, $3,000

People and Carnivores
Grizzly Bear Connectivity in the High Divide, $3,700

People's Way Partnership
Educational materials - Communicating the Ecological Effectiveness of Highway Wildlife Crossings on US 93 North in Montana, $3,000

Yaak Valley Forest Council
Advancing Watersheds, Wildlife, and Wilderness, $3,000

Canadian Parks and Wilderness Society - Southern Alberta Chapter
Outreach in Southern Alberta to Protect the Castle Special Place, $3,000

Castle-Crown Wilderness Coalition
Reaching Out to Protect the Castle Special Place, $4,000

Skeena Watershed Conservation Coalition
Sacred Headwaters, $9,500

Waterton Biosphere Reserve Association
Supporting Coexistence of Large Carnivores and People in Southwestern Alberta, $5,000

Wildsight – Invermere Branch
Protecting the Purcells with our Hearts and Minds, $3,000

Road Watch in the Pass
Reducing Vehicle-Wildlife Collisions on Highway 3, $4,000

Yukon Conservation Society and Canadian Parks and Wilderness Society
Yukon Peel Watershed Legal Defense, $4,000